Over the course of Alice Guy Blache’s long life (1873-1968) she is credited with having produced, directed or supervised over 600 silent and approximately 150 sound films. In TRAMP STRATEGY, this one-reel comedy illustrates a bourgeois household is permeated by an impish vagabond. Preserved by UCLA Film & Television Archive in association with EYE Filmmuseum, Netherlands, and Be Natural Productions. Funding provided by New York Women in Film & Television’s Women’s Film Preservation Fund and The Film Foundation. Silent, with intertitles. 12 min.
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